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Public Policy


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Jui Agrawal - MPP
Jui Agrawal is pursuing a Master in Public Policy degree. She currently works at the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development on campus assisting with research related to disability employment. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware double majoring in political science and history. Since receiving her undergraduate degree, Jui has spent time working in Washington, DC both at the Pew Charitable Trusts and a boutique government relations firm focusing on environmental, tax, and health policy issues. Most recently, she worked with the Arc of California researching and advocating for disability rights. Jui was elected as the Vice President of Public Policy for the Rutgers Association of Planning and Policy Students (RAPPS).


Urban Planning


Kelley Mason - MCRP
Kelley Mason is currently a second year MCRP student at the Bloustein School. She works for the school's Environmental Analysis and Communications Group assisting with research related to climate change and potential impacts on the built and natural environment. As an Environmental Planning concentrator, Kelley is passionate about public green spaces and climate change resilience. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and majored in Environmental Studies. For her senior thesis Kelley worked with land owners in Costa Rica to determine if a recent government initiative based on the extension of conservation areas would harm this vulnerable population. Recently, Kelley was able to use her GIS skills as a summer GIS intern for the transportation consulting company Nelson Nygaard in New York City.





Angie Oberg

Angie Oberg - PhD

Angie Oberg is a full-time doctoral student at the Edward J. Bloustein School. Her doctoral research focuses on the socio-political aspects of water and sanitation infrastructure development with emphasis in South Asia. She is particularly interested in how relations at all levels of a project affect development outcomes at the local scale and the aggregated effects of those outcomes on a regional or watershed scale. Angie holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California and a Bachelor of Arts from Austin College. She has worked as an environmental planner in California, Texas, and Pennsylvania on projects in the United States, Italy, United Arab Emirates, and Africa. She is currently a teaching assistant for the Department of Human Ecology at Rutgers University.